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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 July 1918

l.,ncs:s WAN I KU 1Y lUr. o r.nVRKMMP.NT ....... mi In cuIHiie for 2G.- Tin oi'"""" - , women J"' 1,10 I'l'ltwd ' ainili'iit Nurse Unserve and .....ii....... i ihcnlHClVPH III n-i.uiii. nn w limn lervU 1"H',,, 1 wttr ,IUS w,icdn ui"""' ,nWl nurMi'H. Only those who Imvo the full training course are oil !,, for service with our for ' . nml ihi'Hii nurses are being t larni'ly fr""1 m,r IhHhI at me Their "H,", iiiw"i iiiiuii uj jcnt wurHi-ii wiro i ior mu run I, In tlio ' niuim muwuip HoitiTVH U releasing a nurse r,ervlo t ,lin rront The cull women ' "eiwoon uie ( hIiicK nml uurty-rive. tiio Lilflcsil"" Ih: IntelllKunl, responsl- I m I ...).... I I,, .1 .. und heull li. A college education li. nluulil" unm-l mill inuny hospitals Liu r Klv-ii for It. It li Hih'inHil opportunity rot rlc "'! 1" riTnlvo triiinliiK In u t uiinful a ml hoiioruhlir profex- Columbia county la culled on to Ljljh fivo yniiim women for IIiIm rie rsservw. 1 ho enrollment nli Imve not yet been received by I,. I,. Ku...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 July 1918

6 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. IULY 26. 1918 FOREST NOTES Most forest (ires arc due to ignor ance, carelessness or maliciousness. Lookout men, whose sole busthes.-. is to detect and report forest fires, live on many of tho high peaks of Oregon and Washington, during the. dry season and have within their range of vision most of the tiiuberland of these two states. CHILDREN MUST PLAY TO KEEP HEALTHY The Forest Service maintains 4. 350 miles of trail In Oregon and 4, BOO miles in Washington for fire pro tective purposes. A forest service standard lookout house will be placed on the summit of Mount Adams about August 1. The ready-cut material is now being trans ported over the last two thousand feet of the ascent. When in position this will be the highest forest-fire lookout house in the country. The net receipts from the National Forests of Oregon, Washington and Alaska for the fiscal year ending o.. June 30, were 633,700.30. On eleven forests of the district the receipts were greater than...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 July 1918

&HELENSCIIATAUQUA . g AiIhi" ' Hoalllo, lo Df " . . ..t It.- H" I. ..I,. ,.,! l.i l.n I,, .1,1 nadeliiiB i - " . A Q 1 ' 9 I I a u 1 1 1 - Ilnlrlia. AUK. '" IB during tl"' ',ll,ra Clmtnuuua. f hi Jollver two lecture of iniicli rtmw l tl10 community on ac- . .ritli'iil nerloil throuab l(it oi ' , " h nro how passing. TIiu '.!,ihiii director's first lecture, ,.,11 to the ('"lorn, will be glv- the K'cowl nlKlit. Thl will lio 'jlKiwIon concerning thn mohlll ........ it I, mul ItuluHlrv luln id irmy fumlKlilim money, mini j munition" to duck up me ooys ai Iront. . " """ llln ome ."will lfl top'0 of tlia soc- . le-turo. anil will he the closing ,.i i. .iitviiiml to tlm creation ,$ urn vi - - community moms ami tne f lllll)a of IhiiHii lilnuU Into roalitlus onler ,l,n ol" l""110 iown b bi'lliT wlfi-ii the boy come llolt than It U asthoy are lnar ( H In onliT to flK'it for Ilia cause I iiyrtr, )r. Adam linn nocr Lffd In cIohc tinii'li with a number r ihi departments ot Washington, C tlm...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 26 July 1918

8 ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY, JULY 26. 1918 !1 I MIST MISTINGS Mrs. W. B. Dillard was a Portland visitor Wednesday. Miss M. II. Alvord spent the week end with friends In Portland. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Abry spent tht. week end with fricrds r.t Seaside. Mrs. E. C. Staawood and child ren are visiting friends in Seaside. Dr. and Mrs. L. G. Ross visited with friends in Portland Wednesday. Mrs. Lawrence Holman and daugh ters of Portland are spending a few days here. Fred Morgus, who has been visiting In the principal cities of Washington, returned Thursday. Mrs. Isblster is having the Oread U hotel painted and the appearance of this popular hostelry Is much Im proved. Cashier McMillan of the State Bunk of Rainier was in St. Helens Wed nesday In the Interest of the Chatau qua now being held in that city. L. Hos.isco was in Portland Monday cr.lling on the wholesalers in refer ence to the disposition of his cannery output. Dr. J. H. Flynn received a carload of Maxwells Tuesday and by Wed nesday n...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

MMiM at the Front Boy .War Savings Stamps Now OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 2, 1918 NO. 33 NEHALEM YALLEY NOW NEARER ST. HELENS PITTSBURG ROAD OPEN llutd lit Improved ami Trip Can Now ln Made by Automobile Tin utomolillo and road editor of tht Mud tin hoard from (h llpit of Clyde- Sutherland and Frank George bow tln-y drove a sturdy llulck from Vtroonia to Ht, Huluna via the Pitta buri road I" f" minute more thin two hour, lie liaa heard Jud ton Weed, county commltiitloner tell bow he came ovr the road In an auto li rit than three houra and he haa ilia heard Uln Metsker toll of how bt drove hi Hupmoblle over the bllli and tixed only high and Inter oditte gears. We have no reason to iiipule the words of any of tlx. pgllemen mimed, hut we must con luitliat after walking over the road ii thought Sutherland's atory was ibtiul ai truthful aa the flah atory he told and that Judaon Weed probably didn't l...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 1918 n mi :i i at i 'A32l Issued Even Friday bv V.lvvTHE mist rrnusHixa company 0. D. HEILBORN. . . .Vice President " H.V an Managor. h' J S. C. MORTON Editor ' On Year fl.60 t; Sis Months 75 SCBSCRITTIOX KATES enoucli interest In tholr fulr to hnvr creditable exhibits and the people generally should take sufficient pride in their fi-.tr, to attend nnd by their attendance and interest, do thet, little part in contributing to the suc ces of the fair. Let's all pull together to make the 1918 fair the best and biggest one yot. ii Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postofflce at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1879. COUNTY OFFICIAL PAPER UNSAFE DOCKS ' The question of unsafe, docks is again before the council and the usual procrastinating methods of "notifying someone else to fix the dock or tear It down" will be the manner in which the question is dis posed t until someone is hurt ana the city has a damage bill ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

I ...niiCTDlAI RFVIFW 4 jl A A A A A A AM poriluiiil Movnniniit to allow Port . gidcirlc nyHtm to operate atrnol L over H. T. and O. W. K. & N. lrckK I'1 11,0 clly t0 ,mul lu,m",r k belliK iu"u jwiill. CI'""P county to Imve a IclHMll ''OIIHU. Mr(li HhikI K'' throe more mod- Urowiiiivlll" t lnve a 11000 moin lal dritihliiK fountain, l-ortlttixt Nnw liraHH fuctory will ,rfrt pl"t li0x9 f""1- 0n'K'i rucord for 27 liiontliM Im Ul ililim of 6H3.700 tommKO toUI. Medfonl promoting Iliittle Crook gallon project, to water 10,000 icrel. . Emit l'urtl:iixl cliurch will build a M00 purluli Iioiiho. Iluena I"1 11 clnnobar minim nar Riddle to l" developed. GreHhaiii l'rojot planned to drain hIoukIi "l reclaim 8000 ucrm land. Klamath Kullu K"l nnw 40,000 pur ill lawmll). Portluixl-Ili'HHn-Murtln Iron works hai contract for equipping ton Korrl iMp. Silciii will erect IiuIIiIIiir for vo tailoiial mliool. Lebunun luia proapneta of a flour ice mill. Contract li't for flrnt nIIo near Echo. YaleWork...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

ST.VHELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1918 WW WVW W CORRESPONDENCE J WARREN The farmers of Warren have at last achieved what they hav desir ed, the formation of an organization tcr building a warehouse. The or ganization meeting on Saturday wa attended by a large majority of the heaviest stockholders and the com pany was launched with the selection of five of Warren's most substantial farmers on the board of directors. A. L. Larson, P. C. Jacohson and John Farr were selected for two years and Carleton Lewis and A. H. Tirho'.l for one year. The by-laws were adopted and articles of incorporation will be filed with the secretnry of ttate and the county clerk wrhiu a f.w days. A meeting of the direc tors will be held In the very near fu ture and a president, manager and secretary treasurer will be elected. Sufficient funds have been subscribed to guarantee its success. Prof. F. L. Ballard of the Bureau of Agriculture and County Agent Howard were pres ent and aided very much in perfect ing ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

I bl- HRT FMg MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1918 I- ' . t- A in tiMT T ...ll'l V It l 1 1 TTllili '?,v. GOOD PROGRAM I'rif" Are Ofrrred fr Exhibit f County fVrtd for exMblta. t,,B bounty Pair ' J(Mir, should have wonderous ' jMh'blu In tho agricultural and Ik rtllnit 0- Tarlmll In JT,Dd oil'",,,tly ,m" Prevailed .. . ..i- ,lt rectors to make H an .got ins " .Yemeni for raiser of fine cattle brlnf 'I""" ,0 1,10 Tlie cIu" ' ttie to be exhibited are Bhort lorni, Aberln Angus, Jorsoyi, Hoi- l OuernWi and Ayershlres. The ftMtwW from 5 t0 10 ,or eilill'"" ot ",BHe l'lodc(I cat- Guy' T"rl'' I superintendent of i t- 1 1 - I a... i Dlrliloni 11 ami i . nurn mm dwhu, TM pf'0" ,or ,al"oni'' ,nroi ana (diurwie 'rom 15 upward end In order to encourage the ralsera of stood! '" lo x'lllt. cash prize ai ribbons hve been offered In thia dlrlilon. gherp. poultry, luricnys. . goose, jicki and llR'una will also be on Ml.li. ,!,. f,lr,aKl.ni)!tltliaV(! ofruriwl ui,,.i. in i , '""' pruies that the poultry divi...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY. AUGUST 2. 1918 A. R. ENCAMPMENT PORTLAND. AUG 19-24 Veterans Will I'mi-kiIi" Tuowltiy Mtirn in AiiKit liOtli Great Interest is being manifested throughout the northwest in the Na tional Encampment of the Grand Army of the Kepublic which ia to be held in Portland, Oregon, August 1 to 24. It will' be the first Encamp ment ever held in tho Pacific North west and undoubtedly the lust tim the old soldiers of 1861-65 will ever come to the Pacific Coast. Portlana expects thousands of peoplo from Washington, Idaho and Oregon to be present to welcome the veterans and to do them homage. They are the sires and grandsires of tho boys of to day who are fighting in France tot the same eternal principles. Members of the Grand Army, the Woman's Relief Corps, Ladies of th? G. A. R., Son and Daughters of Veter ans and their families, can purchase tickets at one cent per mile by secur ing a certificate from the Commander of the nearest G. A. It. Post. Portland will entertain t...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

CLATSKANIE of C'lutBkunk' telegram froi " ,IU boom in tho nm ,.,,,i!rT . llpynd from a log ,! i.,-. .... . ! lu 1 1U 1 IC Mry Mttllunun ... reclved I ! Tr dIrtn.ot.t tho lunt of tho 'k'lnforu.lHK Mm that hli .on, - vim m-rlouBly wounded In a mum of timber, whure it wan lin- pOHHinio for hi mi to Hwi,,, and iu,i it I HoiKhU Jr., of Muygnr, . -., Pyykkonen of th n..d an muHlrlun nd link ,i to the 44th Infautry, "Lent Btutloned st ("amp I-ewln. r' unt returned from rrlce In f ni.iHimltie I1undH about two .i.. man huinlll . rv CB in r ... ....wl Minmon .TV- fnpliinnlii wlnnitra In Uone oi i" - , L i.nd rawing 1,10 Oregon and Cfornla I-1"1 Gra,,t C0RiMi I. j.. in the United BUtoa I-a?id I'ortmim. - - ' ',i nniiin drawn and he e- tured the tract upon which he filed, u.k ! located m Clackuuiua coun- - ,nrk on tho Ilrldge Btreot road ... ..ailitM tt'llll'll llllH nraveiiiiii (... ..mended for a time Owing to r. difficulty of getting cruahed i w lie roHumeu ni , ma nt roud el win no mtwtmuu ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 2 August 1918

ST. HELENS" MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 2, 1918 F WW V WSJ" B"W V k MIST MISTINGS J Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rotger visited friends in Portland Monday. Get your bread at Kaiusay's. 10c per loaf, cash and carry. Mrs. E. E. Quick and Miss Anna Quick were Portland shoppers Wednesday. District Attorney Metsker was in Portland Monday attending to legal matters. ( Sheriff Stanwood made a business trip to the lower Nelialem valley on Tuesday. Mr. Art W. Muchow of Portland was a week end guest of his sister, Mrs. Von A. Gray. Mrs. A. Swanson and children, for mer residents of St. Helens, but now living in Portland, were here Monday. County School Superintendent Al len spent several days In the Nelia lem valley thiswek In the interest of the county's school affairs. The steamers Delay Putnam ' and Dcisy both loaded Tull cargoes of lumber at the local mills this week end sailed for California- ports. After a honeymoon spent at Neali kahnle beach, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Phillip returned to St. Helens T...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

PjijwMy Men at the Front Buy War Sayings Stamps Now 1 l mm mm " i t-i i u ' t- mh . . OFFICIAL PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY PIONEER PAPER OF COLUMBIA COUNTY VOLUME XXXVII. ST. HELENS, OREGON, FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918 NO. 34 CHAUTAUQUA PROGRAM WILL BE EXCELLENT WAKE UP. AMERICA program ' '"'IK CIimuUuUm At- trarlU'iiN Inti'iiNcly Patriot lit The committee In charge of the mtnlnr clintiiuiiiin, which will lie bdd In St. Helens, August 20, 21 ami II, (eel much (ratified In IiuvIiik no- tared aa tint attractions, n uniln;rn iblch wilt liu interesting and at the uma ttiiiu have a tendency to illr tho ptrlutUm of the American citizen. Th Kadclirra people, who rurnlxh tM tUr'tionn, Iiav6 boon giving their entertainment throughout the rniteel St ill en and In every place have net with a wurm reception and thel bulnmi fur the year 191 8 I to Wuki l'p Amorlca. Colonel ('. A. Uearhnrt, i lecturer und orator of national re putitlon In tho principal speaker though other forcible apeul( era hnve bwD en...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1918 5 tiit Issued Every Friday by TI1E MIST PUBLISHING COMPANY O. D. HEILBORN....VIce President and Manager. 8. C. MORTON Editor SroSCRIPTION- KATES One Yew fl.BO Six Months 78 Entered as second-class matter, January 10th, 1912, at the Postoffice at St. Helens, Oregon, under the act of March 3rd, 1878. COCNTT OFFICIAL PAPER ENFORCE OR REPEAL TRAFFIC ORDINANCE ROAD WORK AND THE WAR It has been suggested by some that for the period of the war, road work should be curtailed. Liberty bends, War Savings Stamps, dona tions and contributions to the Red Cross, Y. M. C. A. and other war ac tivities, are given as reasons why the taxpayer should be relieved of the burden of taxes. If the cessation of road work in this county or any other Oregon county, would aid in any of the nec essary works for the winning of the war, then we would say, stop the road work until aftT the war. The though occurs, however, that the building of and maintaining of good roads is ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

ii .....ictdi ti prvirw rtlnd rire insurance cumpitn. ....... mum ten per cunt due wiw" o fire loss posi o 7n. w ...., WhhIi. Oregon dlntrlct ..4 t aiitDi for July when 9 i ixmHfin Pnrnrtrnt t.in ..n, rer i """" " lithalr eighth ship 'or government tlio ways July 29. (Ml IHU Cold Hill B.RHIP U" 1U i. ha An wt .l ..r arfluunui ov vv uui iuii. gilCin WH- ' M' urillR- ...aaa .t.tiw tnr Mhln trunnnlN ,.m I H.UV iiu.ww r gu itroow jrlifleM With the boats lately TMieli uciaer romai construe- lC Or DOUl IU " itmu mm in 10 b enlarged. Eugene Emorgenoy power plants mulled. factories lit manutactur U, district to use electricity until alU rc It repaired. Toledo Now mat an on rig lo Klliely drilling or oil at Wsldport i,IUllon l on to try It here at good write Indication! have beon shown hero tod tt Elk City. gclo condmisery again In Cporatlon. Powsrs Chrome ore being brought btr by pack hortoa from surround nC mounlaliu for ahlprnent on railroad. Gold Uracil Itogue river aalmon pel will come ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

4 ST. HELENS MIST, FRI DAY. AUGUST 9. 1918 rnDDrcDAMnrwrr s WARREN The warehouse directors met on Saturday evening and elected the following officers: A. L. Larson, president and John Farr, secretary and treasurer. The office of manager has not yet been filled as the direo tors wish to secure a competent man for on his ability will depend much of the success or failure of the en terprise. Articles of incorporate, are now ready and will be filed soon with the county clerk and secretary of state. A site has not yet been selected but there are several under consideration. The Home Guards have not as yet received their uniforms although the order and money was sent in over three months ago owing, so the Port land representatives say, to the gov ernment taking charge of the factory. Much Impatience is manifest among the members and the matter will be settled this week. No rifles are to be had and action looking to the suppl of them will be taken shortly. Miss Myrtle Larson has been ap po...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

iTf PAMONA grange is OTft"-" B, l. ' ",w ENTERTAINED aril, Mwri'Utry Th, Tcinlty of Natal In the No- ..-it... U fiimml!t for Ifn Jem veh'v - . . Uuiiful rlvnr, its ftiuni trees ana it trtlH meadows, nut lla nntural 5uiii an curcu,y more t',un r,val I hopl,K"1' 11 vr. rt linn Ptnionu Grange assembled for I qunrlorly dnlilnrnilon In the gfortalil" """ 1 iiiBiuuiirH wen , that a treat and a welcome led them. To bRl t,in fiV(,t the patron mblcd at ""(in around Ilia moat hountiful table nia ,. . ;.. lttd to n.lle u,.n ,Illce 00ver came Into vogue. Bueh plate. 0f fried chleken tt. to Blak, a wQn d ' whether or not there , Rnotller of he feathered kingdom loft tlal vicinity to propugat. the plmter. The,, there were the vegetable., the olod., the fruit, and the pastries I,, uch quantities that a beginning or aiv ending wan obacure and aa dis tant aa IIiomo aume elementa of thu Nnhaleni river Itaelf. Tlien t tl,e Quality, like, the quantity, when com bln.d with over Indulgence cam near b..g ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

ST. HELENS MIST, FRIDAY. AUGUST 9. 1018 A SONG AND ITS ANSWER An Independent subscriber sends the paper a clipping from a news paper published at Asotin, Wash., of "A Song and Its Answer" which has been widely published and which he believes appropriate at this time. It is as follows: Edward Markhara, the poet, under the unpatriotic title, "I Did Not Raise My Boy to be a Soldier," wrote this stanza: The Hong "O, mothers, will you longer give your sons To feed the awful hunger of tht guns? What is the worth of these battle drums If from the field the loved ones never come? What all these hosannns to the brave If all your share is some forgotten grave?" Dr. James D. Hughes, for over thirty yea.s superintendent of educa tion of the schools of Toronto, Can ada, answered this poem. Greater significance is given ta the answer by the fact that Dr. Hughes' own son was killed in battle and lies "some where in France." The Answer God gave my son in trust to me; Christ died for him, and he sho...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

unAn PHOTPTITS V fr ImirviiM'i Will lo 0nii. Mill will 1,0 0'olv,"' rtt tl18 lie District Knulneor, lluroau of me liou'l". lT- 8- fPrt"nnt of ijrleultun. mini iv . n (lit COIIiru.:iii. reject' xT..ii,.n - ... ...n, iirnlnct nunr thn limn. (ctlunul I" 07BHI near iioukiub mtr. InvolvniK in" luiiuwing-. Protect to Iib m.i in inn ionK, ID rrN of cloarlnK, 30 no-s of uruli Httnil 122,000 cubic yards of ex- . 1.1 , I . nllcn; uulluuiK uriiiKi!, cuivnru lawUiliili'K National KorcHt Itoal project wlth ... hihuIiiui N.'itliinal Foror t In Til- ij tn pi" l0oolc county, oikiii m.io ia iennui I icrei clflnrmu mm gruuuniB; 30,. ,1 nrdi common excavation; 4000 jnli of rork oxcavatlcn, cotmtruc- . t.-f. I ...... ..lit vnrt u nfn h ml 10,000 cubic yariln of urfuclng. Hill) -'"l fu" P u-llculum may bo ;ffuretl from Jiiimmh T. Schuylur, nct- dlHtrlt-t riiKlnoor, 202 Ilroadway. tnihlll HulliliiiK. rortinnc. WHY SUGAR IS SHORT There in a graiilcr shortage of both I the ugur-cnno and RiiRar-bout cropii ...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — St. Helens mist. — 9 August 1918

ST. HELENS MIST. FRIDAY, AUGUST 9, 1918 USTJJISTINGS elsewhere in this Issue. E. J. Wi Misses AllceVid Anna Quick spent the week end with friends lu Sou- Id e. F. M. Miles of rortland was here 'ml ay looking after his business sts. inV hereV Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Watts of Reuben visited with St. Helens friends Tuesday. Mrs. Roes R. Hall of Kalama, Washington and Mrs. Roy nauBor mnn of Rainier, were guests of St. Helens friends Tuesday. A wireless station, open to the public, has been opened in Terra del Fuego. For Sale Tent House, size 18x 24, 10 ounce canvass. See cr write . ii. joues oi runiBuu. i . w. Wi son. Yankton. Oreenn 34- a visit to ner sister, Mrs. tickle. Wm, svinia klblrn is spending a few weett, at Seaside, the guest ( her friendIrs. Matthews. Private Qigald Deming came down -rrom vamp iwisjjraraay to 8PenaH1!ohai increase Jhe,wlt-end wltuthe home folks; 8000 ln the pagt y 4t ' V?re MrtW Mrs. H. J. Anderson c?.me up from Inglts Tuesday to see her broth er before he left f...

Publication Title: St. Helens Mist
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